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Posts tagged Emilio Lascano Tegui

No one reads the self-styled Viscount Emilio Lascano Tegui, an Argentinian who, in addition to writing De la elegancia mientras se duerme (recently translated by Idra Novey as On Elegance While Sleeping), was at various times in his life a dentist, demagogue (it is reported that he made “incendiary speeches in perfectly rhymed verse”), bohemian, art dealer, world traveler, translator, painter, instructor in the culinary arts, as well as friend of Apollinaire and Picasso.

For more, see Isola di Rifiuti